St Mark’s School was founded in 1917. When the school first opened, “Nulla Dies Sine Linea” (Make Your Mark Every Day) was suggested as our school motto by the Reverend C.F. Askew who was the Vicar of St Mark’s at the time. Rev Askew was also the Chairman of our first School Committee. We adopted the motto, and over a hundred years later, it is still central to the way we operate.
St Mark’s School has been educating boys and girls for over a century. We are proud to be a co-educational school, supporting and enhancing the individual. Life is co-educational and so are we.
St Mark’s is a happy place. Our school offers a successful blend of traditional values and modern-day learning. We provide a vibrant and supportive atmosphere with an excellent academic foundation for children to develop a lifelong love of learning. Small enough to provide individual care to each child, yet large enough to offer a wide range of opportunities. St Mark’s offers every child the opportunity to shine.
St Mark’s is proud to be an IB World School, offering the Primary Years Programme (PYP). In 2021, our school was reviewed by International Baccalaureate assessors, and we received exceptional results. The results confirm that St Mark’s offers a world class education and is a leader in PYP delivery.
We are immensely proud of our great school. Please come and visit us to see for yourself.